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    Alrighty, I'm almost done with my town map. I just have one question about the ground textures in this tutorial. It worked out really well, looks amazing but I'm thinking of my future map projects and was wondering, is there a way to insert a another layer, or something, to make the ground look more dry? I'm not talking a lot, just some textures, here and there that would indicate the ground is dry and less green.

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    This is a wonderful tutorial, it's helped me immensely with the mapping of a castle.

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    really nice, just got it now and praticing!

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    lovely tut

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    Excellent tutorial; has been a vast help in my tentative steps into map making.

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    I'm starting on a new town map and will definitely be trying this out. I am just reading over the tutorial and in step 9 you use a trick where you set the fill for a layer to 0%. THANK YOU! I just never figured this out on my own and it solves mapping issues I've been having for years! This is like a proverbial light-bulb going off. This really makes a huge difference to me, I can't say thank you enough.

    Just goes to show that even if you think you know your software, there's always new things to learn.

    cheers,
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